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February 14, 1957

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Stacker and Feeder guests at the Dave Roberts home Mr. and Mrs. G. E Olson, Mrs. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Tuesday evening Forrest Olson and Darrell made a Sundanee, Wyo. Feb. 14, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmer- trip to Custer, S. D and bought Summary schied were in Spearfish on Friday. a dressed buffalo for the Wonder- laneous shower for Tom and Judy Week EntHng Thursday, Feb. 7 Fourteen members of the Carlile view Cafe. Beagle in Sundance Thursday eve- Livewire club gathered at the Eda Ranger Walter Metcalf was call- ning. The outgo of 4,550 head of stock- Gose home Saturday where Edith ing in this vicinity Wednesday. Reno Lytle was a caller at the ers and feeders from the Sioux Wood gave a very pretty demon- Madge Schleuning and Phillis Rathbun ranch Tuesday. City market during the week end- stration decorating cakes, ttabeck were honored guests at a Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun ing Thursday, Feb. 7, was reduced Sunday visitors at the Don Gose birthday supper Tuesday evening transacted business in Rapid City only slightly from t)m previous home were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin given by Mrs. David Roberts. Oth- and Spearfish Friday. week and around 700 less than a Reimer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sneller guests included husbands and Mr. and Mrs. Lorey Anderson. year ago. Of the total outgo and Neils Olson of Spearfish. children of the honorees and the Donald and Shirley, Mr..and Mrs. steers accounted for nearly 2,100 Dave Roberts and sons visited hostess and her family. Following Bicker, were Thursday evening head with the main volume madeJohn Blakeman, who is in the St. supper, pinochle was played by the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ... Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Bicker up of 500-800 lb. offerings. The John's hospital at Rapid City on group. average weight of the steers was Sunday. My and Mr~ .q 1~. T.annin~ ,f of Oregon are house guests of the ~ 712 lbs. and average price $17.52 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barber Spe"a'rfis'l~. Bi"-l-l-and L-inda-Lan'n~ing, Andersons. - .. - mr anu Mrs Lynn t~arnes ann The previous week, about 1,875and girls were Sunday visitors at Hal, Opal and Dorothy Oudm and . .......... Lmda honored Mrs Walter Nichol- i~, head of steers moved countryward the Mills home Clark and Dalelui~ yore were weonesaay eve- weighing 732 lbs. at an average Mills of Gillete were callers there ning guests at Habeck's. Refresh- son on her birthday with a 7 o'clock I ments included birthday cake and .... cost of $18.12. A year ago, 2,500 on Thursday. supper Saturday evening Other guests were lvlr ano ~rs Louverne head weighed 738 lbs. and cost Mr. and Mrs. Reynard Mills, the evening was spent socially ...... ' .... ' , , $16.47. Clarabelle and Raleigh Mills were Mrs. Cleo Olson and Patriciar~lcnolson ann cnlmren, Mr. ann Mrs Denny Nicholson The outgo of stock heifers con- Friday evening supper guests at made a trip to Spearfish to consult , . ..... a ............ ivlaurlce and Chester Hutchins tinued small with the week ac-Don Wileman's near Hulett. a ooc~or ThuL~u~y.,,e w~. ra- . ....... were Sunday visitors at ~en ~utcn- counting for 375 head weighing trlela a most speedy recovery from . , 576 lbs. and costing $16.02 The AA|]I,-,r ~r,~,.~, the flu. ins. previous week, a similar number iv~i~ ~g~ The Kenneth Hutchins and Mrs. ~the king- moved out weighing 591 Ibs. and (Feb. 14) costing $15 79 For a comparable Roger Rathbun attended a miscel- fisher are joined. ~- Sports Afield , G.E. Olson attended an SCS week a year ago, nearly 325 heaa meetin~ in Monrcraft Mondav ~ - , ~~ weighed 598 lbs at $1494 The ................... "' . . "." _. Carol Frank was an overnight numoer ot calves was eonsloeranly ......... guest Monday of Ahce Ann Oudm. reaucea wire me past week s num- . Ehzabeth Olson was a Wednes- ber about 1,000 head that welgn- ,~.r..,a, day overnight guest of Carol Hind- l~{~[~ Illlli'|$m' eu a~a IDS. anu cost ~la.ez. A man week earlier, 1,250 head weighed -~-]~v hi,an nil1 W~h,~oir 'r, ~DI IDS a[ ~lu t~ anaa y ar ago, . Vore and Hal Oudm butchered 1,650 weighed 408 Ibs at $19 33 hogs at Hal Oudin s Tuesday. Rae and Patricia Olson, Helen and Dar- ~nr[;|~ rell Olson were also visitors ....... Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and (Feb 14) Jennie Lea Rathbun were business Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Garman of visitors in Sundanee Tuesday and Upton are the proud parents of a attended funeral services for boy born Saturday, Feb. 9. He has George Carr. been given the name of JefferyWe were sorry to hear of the Neal. passing of Mr. Carr. Our sympathy A number of friends attended goes out to the family the funeral of George Carr and Mrs. J. D. Carr and Mrs. Paul , r-, ~ -~rT ily.eXtend their sympathy to the fam- MyerSspearfishShoppedTuesdayin DeadwoOdKen Hutchinsand~,~_ [ ~,, ~ ~222.~-~--~" ~, t "/~..... ~" i~ House / Carl Reimer and Dave Roberts was a business visitor in Sundanee. ~ "ii~, "~.i" "'" ~..~ . ~. ) helped Jhn Garman and Howard Guy' Frrest and Cle Olsn' i D Zimmerschied put up ice on Sat- Hal Oudin, Paul Myers, Chesney resses urday, and Roger Rathbun, Reno Lytle ~ ~' [/f/~ :i~ "'(_\ ~ 4-n meeting was held at the and Ken Hutchins were among ~ "xx,~..//, ~.~ :::~__~' ]~ast color cottons ttoward Zimmerschied home withthose who attended the Wild Life ~/~ ~.~' ".~,~,.~-~ a very good attendance, meeting in Sundance Tuesday eve- ~ g) ~,~~ ~lzes = Harry Lee Garman was a Rapid ning. .~:::. ""~,~ City shopper on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beason came ~ ~!ili ~/ 10-20 14 - 24 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck andfrom Gillette Tuesday and are *!!:~;~:: ,~ ..... ~::~ David and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz houseguests of the Chesney Rath- ~.:::.:; .~, ~::~:~i~.~. Schleuning were invited supper buns. / ~ $2~9 / ....... ways Use 0 .... ...... , Prem,um Gas ...... " , s Let us keep your car sup- ( .... I! plied with ur extra'quail" i { J m ty gas and lubrlcants. GLO 1 ( Protecti,! sF ,o with ! i 8tretehy nylons and cottons in I [ !I, ...,. ,,., ..d a'diZ i} ' 98,t0$2"95 [! o ,,s i/ i $;upe, ,ervi :e "Everything to Wear" Ph. AT 8-1684 Sundance, Wyo. ] Sundance Upton f